Lasting Powers of Attorney, no fault divorce and re-opening financial orders on divorce are the key topics to be discussed at Hull law firm Andrew Jackson’s annual Private Client Update.
Aimed at professional advisers, members of the firm’s highly regarded private client team will advise on the changes – and pitfalls – to Lasting Powers of Attorney and their impact upon clients; the current fault-based divorce process and why Andrew Jackson is championing a system based on ‘no-fault’; and, what grounds exist for setting aside financial orders on divorce, together with the view taken by the courts in light of non-disclosure following decisions in two highly-publicised divorce cases.
Presenting alongside other members of the team is Richard Hoare, partner and head of private client services at Andrew Jackson, who has over 20 years’ specialist experience and particular expertise in the field of financial disputes arising on relationship breakdown.
There have been a number of key legal developments in the private client arena over the past 12 months, which have an impact upon the advice our professional colleagues will need to provide to their clients.
We extend a very warm welcome to our professional colleagues and look forward to providing them with the best possible information on the latest developments in this area of the law.
Andrew Jackson’s private client presentations are always popular amongst professional advisers and, for many, have become an annual fixture in the events diary. Whilst there is no charge to attend, places are limited and can be reserved by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by contacting Rea Cunningham on 01482 601281.
The presentation will take place on Thursday 19 May 2016, at the firm’s offices in Marina Court, Castle Street, Hull, from 5pm.